The Outback, submitted by Joel. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That doesn't help me think fondly of "The Outback", a site that blatantly rips off Jeff K. and Cliff Yablonski, combines them, and in the process saps out all of the humor. The Outback incorporates such cutting-edge design techniques as "failure to use line breaks", "full paragraph text centering", and the ever popular "animated GIF of a bag with 'HAs' emerging from it". It goes without saying that this site has an embedded MIDI file.
I have not ben abel to update the paje much lately as I was sick and barfed all oer my keyboard. That fucking mook who normally fixes my stuff sayds he didant have anymore cuz I had either barfed or brokin all the onez he gaves me.So I had to wait for my SSI check to come so I could buy a new keybored. But do NOt feer! The King of the OUTBACK is back!
So basically it's like Cliff Yablonski had a kid with Jeff K. and then their kid got run over by the fucking "Stupid Truck". I'm not sure how that would work because I'm pretty sure Jeff K. is a guy and Cliff Yablonski would catch on fire if he did anything gay, but if they could have a baby, I'm sure the monster responsible for this site would be able to come up with a "Stupid Truck". There are several sections other than the Jeff K. Yablonski type rants on the front page, including a horrible (but thankfully brief) advice column called Ask Jezzee!. Like everything else on this site, I would advise you to stay well away from it.
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